Marc Molinaro personifies the term “Public Servant.”
At a time, when people have lost faith in elected officials who focus on serving themselves over the people they were elected to represent and have become disheartened over a system of politics overcome by corruption and greed, along comes Marc Molinaro.
For Lt. Governor
For the last 25 years, Julie Killian has worked to make Westchester County a better place to live, work and raise a family.
As a Rye City Councilwoman and Deputy Mayor, Julie led the fight to reform local government and held the line on property taxes. Julie also protected Rye taxpayers by selling unnecessary city property and using the proceeds to fund critical infrastructure investments.
For U.S. Senate
Chele Farley is running for the United States Senate to provide every New York family with the opportunity to succeed. Specifically, Chele is focused on recapturing the $48 billion dollars more that New Yorkers pay in federal taxes each year than the state receives. By addressing the unfair treatment of New York taxpayers, Chele intends to invest in the state’s crumbling roads and bridges and to fix the nation’s largest mass transportation system. Chele recognizes that these infrastructure improvements will create jobs, promote the state’s long-term economic health and ease the crushing burden placed on property taxpayers.
For Attorney General
Keith Wofford is co-managing partner of a 320-lawyer New York office. Keith is the Republican candidate for Attorney General of New York. His top priority is to tackle Albany’s corruption and make the AG’s office independent.
Jonathan Trichter is an investment banker and public finance expert. He has worked for J.P. Morgan, the restructuring firm MAEVA Group LLC and served on underwriting teams for the largest municipal bond issuers in the country. His work has helped state and local governments identify major long-term liabilities that were previously unaccounted for.
For Congress (14th CD)
Tony is no politician. His high sense of principle prevents that from happening. With humble roots and a proven quest for equal justice, he has the ability to bring people together for any just cause. He is a long time professor of finance and economics at St. John’s University with a PhD from Yale University.
For Congress (3rd CD)
Former Navy Seal and lifelong resident of Northport, Dan DeBono is challenging Tom Suozzi in the 3rd Congressional District. After his military service, Dan attended The University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business and earned High Honors while receiving a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Finance.
Dan spent 20 years in finance and investing. He began as an investment banker, advising some of the world’s largest media and telecommunications companies. Dan moved on to become an institutional investor, in which he invested capital on behalf of public pension funds, university endowments, and other institutions and individuals. He now runs a small investment and advisory business in New York.
For Congress (12th CD)
Eliot Rabin is a proud American who has chosen to take a stand against the ineffectual D.C. bureaucrats. Eliot believes business owners and entrepreneurs need to be able to thrive in New York City and not be squashed by unfair taxes.
Thomas P. Sullivan
For State Senate (15th SD)
Sullivan has served in the United States Army Reserve and currently holds the rank of colonel. Over the past 25 years, he has served as a company commander in Iraq, a battalion commander in Afghanistan and a plans and operation officer in Kuwait. Sullivan also has small business owner, community leader and financial business administrator on his resume.
For State Assembly (23rd AD)
We need new ideas and new voices in Albany. Even more, we need legislators who will stand up to the big government, tax-and-spend agenda of Andrew Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio. As a budget director for a member of the New York City Council, Matt understands the budget process and has seen first hand the redundancies and waste in government.
David L. Bressler
For State Assembly (26th AD)
Unhappy with the political climate, instead of complaining about circumstances and issues, David resolved to take action and devote all his efforts to solving these issues that arise in Northeast Queens. As an Assemblymember, his constituents will be fortunate to have a man of David’s personal and business acumen to serve the community.
For State Assembly (30th AD)
An entrepreneur, Eric Butkiewicz has a bachelor’s degree from CUNY Baruch College, where he studied public policy. Eric would address several local issues from transit to affordability.
For State Assembly (33rd AD)
Lalita Etwaroo emigrated from Guyana South America and currently lives in Bellerose. Lalita graduated John Jay College with Bachelors of Sciences in Criminology and Political Science and Masters of Public Administration. Interned at the New York State Assembly, and was a team coordinator for Joe Concannon’s City Council campaign. Currently a businessswoman who wants to […]
Joseph F. Kasper
For Civil Court Judge
South Ozone Park community activist Joseph Kasper was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1984. He is a graduate of Arch Bishop Molloy High School, St. John’s University and St. John’s Law School.
Kasper is active with the Knights of Columbus, and is the recording secretary for the South Ozone Park Civic Association West. He was also a district-level delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention from New York.